Post # 1
Everyday I have been so excited about receiving RSVPs, and today there were two in the mail! One from my grandma and one from… no name. But they are attending, and they would like the vegetarian meal >_<
Also, the stamp isn’t cancelled, so I can’t even play detective 🙁
Post # 3
I would wait until you have all your RSVPS in, and then call anyone who hasn’t RSVPed. You’ll likely have someone tell you “Oh, I RSVPed back in May!” and then you’ll know.
Post # 4
Maybe no cancelled stamp is a clue? They live close enough to drop it off in your mailbox?
Post # 5
i agree with previous poster…who lives in your neighborhood and is vegetarian…
Post # 6
I thought all stamps had to be cancelled when they go through the post office. If there aren’t any local people, wait until you get more RSVPs in and you might be able to figure it out. Or might have to call people later on if you don’t get their RSVPs.
Post # 7
JennyPenny and coffeekitty — there are other marks that it has been through the mail, but just barcodes or whatever they are. Nothing to indicate origin.
I guess I’ll just have to wait!
Post # 8
That sucks – although vegetarian narrows it down quite a bit.
This is a good reason to number the back of your RSVPs (which I haven’t done yet but read about on here).
Post # 9
That really stinks! My Future Mother-In-Law told me to put a small number on my RSVP cards, so I did. I didn’t think it’d help, but apparently no one in my dad’s family knows that you’re supposed to write your name on your RSVP card either. At least all of my blanks were people who weren’t coming. Sorry this doesn’t really help you now, but you should be able to narrow it down once you start getting more RSVPs back. For now you can just have fun playing “who will the surprise vegetarian be?”